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$7m Health Focussed Bayview Cove Health Resort Open Now

A $7 million initial investment by a local in a health-focussed resort project has been completed and is now operational. Bayview Cove Health Resort is located off Sonaisali Road in
17 Sep 2016 08:00
$7m Health Focussed Bayview Cove Health Resort Open Now
Inside the Auberge Resort Villas.

A $7 million initial investment by a local in a health-focussed resort project has been completed and is now operational.

Bayview Cove Health Resort is located off Sonaisali Road in Nadi and has been developed by businessman, Imam Buksh.

Mr Buksh confirmed this is the first phase of a multi- million-dollar investment. The second phase of the project has already begun.

The first phase consists of 20 self-contained units and one and two bedroom villas.

The resort boasts the modern architecturally-designed villas, nestled within the island environment provide a sense of style and space – “a home away from home”.

Mr Buksh said the villas are ideal for families, couples or singles looking for comfortable modern accommodation in a serene, tranquil environment.

“It is an ideal place to unwind, do as little or as much as guests like,” he said.

Mr Buksh pointed that health is very important and there are people from certain countries who are quite obese and do not know what to do.

“They can’t move and their life span is only from 40-50 years. If you don’t look after yourself, what you eat and what you don’t, it is a big problem,” he said.

“Therefore we also do Yoga here, and all sort of things which is the first in Fiji that’s why it is called the Bayview Health Cove Resort.

“Each villa will be selling separately to the people and they can invest and retail it or they can stay here too.”

 

Long-term plan

As a long-term plan, Mr Buksh said they want to invest in a respite care centre facility as is available in Australia.

“This is where people can go to after having an operation and be looked after since the hospital can’t keep patients for long,” he said.

“So they can come here and will have the facility for them to look after them.

“Also when people go to have plastic surgery and they can’t go out and have other people see them, so they come here and stay here for three to six months.

“When they go out people will say ‘Hey where have you been? It’s been so long. You look Beautiful’.”

 

About Mr Buksh

Mr Buksh is originally from Talaiya, in Ba. He left Fiji in 1970 after Independence Day to study in New Zealand as a Civil Engineer.

Upon completion of his studies, he moved to Australia where he raised to the ranks of a successful businessman/developer. Most of his project are based in Sydney and Brisbane.

He has five children who are his business partners as their profession ranges from law, academic to being a developer.

Mr Buksh has developed and ran big school and community projects as well.

“I’ve got friends who are doctor’s (locally and overseas) and are involved in the Health Programme as well.”

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Feedback:  rachnal@fijisun.com.fj

 

 



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